nomos 13
7 October 2016
Zunfthaus zur Saffran, Zürich
Lot 34
Estimate: 2000 CHF
Hammer Price:
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NETHERLANDS, The Dutch Republic. Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange-Nassau, Stadtholder, 1625-1647. Medal (Silver, 57 mm, 26.89 g, 12 h), on the capture of ‘s Hertogenbosch, Wesel and the fortresses protecting the Veluwe by the prince’s army, by an unknown engraver after J. van Looff, 1629. ORDD.CONFŒD.BELG.AVSP:PR.FRED.HENR.FORT. / SILVA_DVCIS / CAPTA (=‘s Hertogenbosch taken under the auspices of the United Provinces and by the bravery of Prince Frederik Hendrik) Prince Frederik, wearing full armor, on horse prancing to left before a view of ‘s Hertogenbosch with soldiers marching in the foreground. Rev. +VESALIA EXPVGNATA. / VELAVIA LIBERATA. / OPORTVNE VINDICAS CAVSA TVA DOMINE. (=Wesel taken, the Veluwe freed: you defend your cause, at the right time) Above, view of the city of Wesel; below, view of the Veluwe with the two fortresses abandoned by the Spanish; at the bottom, 16-29. Van Loon II, pp. 181-182, i. Rare. Lightly toned and attractive. Minor marks in the fields and with a smoothed edge, otherwise. Nearly extremely fine.

From a European Collection, ex Nomos 13, 7 October 2016, 34.
Current Status
Pre-Bidding closes:
07 Oct 2016 11:00:00 CEST
Current Date & Time:
30 Nov 2021 18:53:43 CET
Remaining Time:
Closed
Hammer Price:
3500 CHF
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Lot 34
Estimate: 2000 CHF
NETHERLANDS, The Dutch Republic. Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange-Nassau, Stadtholder, 1625-1647. Medal (Silver, 57 mm, 26.89 g, 12 h), on the capture of ‘s Hertogenbosch, Wesel and the fortresses protecting the Veluwe by the prince’s army, by an unknown engraver after J. van Looff, 1629. ORDD.CONFŒD.BELG.AVSP:PR.FRED.HENR.FORT. / SILVA_DVCIS / CAPTA (=‘s Hertogenbosch taken under the auspices of the United Provinces and by the bravery of Prince Frederik Hendrik) Prince Frederik, wearing full armor, on horse prancing to left before a view of ‘s Hertogenbosch with soldiers marching in the foreground. Rev. +VESALIA EXPVGNATA. / VELAVIA LIBERATA. / OPORTVNE VINDICAS CAVSA TVA DOMINE. (=Wesel taken, the Veluwe freed: you defend your cause, at the right time) Above, view of the city of Wesel; below, view of the Veluwe with the two fortresses abandoned by the Spanish; at the bottom, 16-29. Van Loon II, pp. 181-182, i. Rare. Lightly toned and attractive. Minor marks in the fields and with a smoothed edge, otherwise. Nearly extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 3500 CHF
Lot 35
Estimate: 6500 CHF
Netherlands, United Provinces. Frederick Henry of Orange-Nassau, 1584-1647. Medal, an original cast (Silver, 67mm, 60.61 g 12), on the capture of Pernambuco, by Antonis Pietersz. van der Wilge, 1630. AVREA CONDET SAECVLA (=he has brought the age of gold) Bust of Frederick Henry, bare headed but wearing lace collar and cuirass, facing three-quarters to right within a cartouche, held by, on the left, Mars, in armor, holding Frederick’s arms and with armor at his feet, and Victory, on the right, holding a palm branch; both jointly hold a wreath over Frederick’s head; below, within a horizontal cartouche, S HERTOGENBOS /1629 above view of the city of s’Hertogenbosch; in exergue, .16.A.VD.WILGE.30. Rev. AVSPICIIS ADSIT VICTRIX CONCORDIA (=that harmonius victory be joined to supreme power) Name of Jehovah in clouds above two cherubs with trumpets holding a wreath over the crowned arms of the States-General, supported by Prudentia, on the left, holding a snake, and by Fortitudia, holding a column (their names are inscribed beneath); both hold wreaths attached to four cartouches bearing the views of four of Frederick Henry’s victories: from left, GROL / 1627, SILVERVLOT / 1628, FERNAMBVCO / 1630, and WESEL / 1629; in exergue, CVM PREVIL. Van Loon II, p. 190, i var. (the illustration lacks some reverse details). Very rare. An attractive and impressive medal. Fields polished long ago, and now bright, otherwise, extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 10000 CHF
Lot 36
Estimate: 7500 CHF
SWEDEN. Gustavus II Adolphus, 1611–1632. Medal in the weight of 5 1/2 Thalers (Silver, 78 mm, 159.34 g, 12 h), minted by order of the Swedish government to commemorate the return of the King’s body to Stockholm, by Sebastian Dadler in Danzig (Gdansk), 1634. GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS MAGNUS DEI GRATIA SUECOR:GOTHOR:ET VANDALOR:REX AUGUSTUS At the center, the armored and crowned body of Gustavus Adophus lying in state at the battlefield of Lützen; behind, scene of the battle with the victorious Swedes driving the enemy before them to left, and with an angel accompanying them, bearing a sword with VEL MORTUUM FUGIUNT (=even they flee death); above, Hebrew name of Jehovah in a halo of rays and many angels in clouds; at the center, two angels carry the soul of the king to heaven, EUGE SERVE FIDELIS (=well done faithful servant). In the exergue, NATUS 9 DEC:ANNO 1594 / GLORIOSE MORTUUS 6 / NOU:ANO 1632. Rev. DUX GLORIOS PRINC PIUS HEROS INVICT VICTOR INCOMPARAB TRUMPH FELIX & GERM LIBERATOR A 1634 (=Glorious leader, pious prince, invincible hero, incomparable victor, happily triumphant and liberator of Germany. In the year 1634) Gustavus, wearing armor and holding a Bible and a sword, riding in a chariot drawn by three winged horses over the Hydra of Discord; to left, Faith, holding a Bible topped by a flaming heart and, to right, Courage, holding a column, both crowning the king with a laurel wreath; on the chariot wheel, signature SD; above, ET VITA ET MORTE / TRIUMPHO (=I triumph in both life and death). Hildebrand I, p. 192, 188. Maué 35. Wiecek 89. Very rare. A beautifully toned and beautifully preserved example of heavy weight. A few very minor marks, otherwise. Virtually as struck.
Hammer Price: 14000 CHF
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